The security of a building is vital to any door or window installation. uPVC exceeds expectations with an extremely light and strong frame, various locking combinations and a double glazed pane of glass. These installations help prevent intruders from breaking in.
uPVC windows and doors are low conductors of heat, which means that when they are fitted by our glaziers, they form a closed air system to minimise heat loss. This creates a more comfortable living temperature and makes properties in and around Bath more energy efficient, which helps lower your bills.
We offer various energy efficient window replacements and door repairs in and around Bath. Our team also manages shop front repairs and garage door maintenance services using efficient and effective materials.
uPVC is a low maintenance material and doesn’t require regular repainting, varnishing and sanding. uPVC windows and doors can last for decades without weathering and degrading the appearance of your property. The only upkeep needed is wiping down the installations with soapy water to remove dirt and prevent staining.
Weathering is a common problem with materials used on the exterior of buildings. uPVC installations aren’t susceptible to the natural elements, so they have a longer life span without ageing.
As per the current Building Regulations, units and frames for doors and windows are required to be made from fire rated materials, so the spread of external fire can be prevented. uPVC is also a material that is required to adhere to the fire safety protocol. This means the material will keep the main route open for 30 minutes in the event of a fire.